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2013 P85 Pristine 1 Owner For Sale

lloyds

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Apr 3, 2013
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It's time to let this baby go. 2013 P85 that has been very well taken care of.

2013 Tesla Model S Performance 85kWh

Miles: 76,697

Options:

Vehicle: $89,900

Gray Paint $750

All Glass Panoramic Roof $2,500

Foglamps $500

21” Grey Wheels $4,500

Piano Black Accents

Tech Pkg $3,500

Smart Air Suspension $2,250

Rear Facing Seats $2,500

Free Supercharging

Carbon Fiber Spoiler $1,500

Vehicle Price: $109,070

*Service records are kept and available
*All recall services up to date

Purchased new and 1 owner P85 Model S. Non-smoker and optioned with the rear facing seats that are difficult to find on the P85s. Items added to the car:

Fully wrapped with paint protection film (full car) from day 1 of ownership – paid $8k to get this done.

Modesta Titanium Coating BC04 over the paint protection film $1800

Modesta Titanium Coating BC04 to wheels - $1700

Windows have the most expensive window tint on the market – Spectra Photosync - $1600 - on all the windows including the pano roof, to block out the most heat so you use your AC less during summer.

BlackVue Dash Cams - $350

Escort 9500Ci Radar Detector + Laser Jammers (Front) - $2500 (I am considering removing this for my other car)

No accident, no stories, fully serviced with all records. Car was detailed every month and washed every 2 weeks (I'm OC about a clean car). This Tesla was babied from the first day as I’m very picky about the condition of my cars. I am careful wherever I park, so there are no scratches or dents on this car. Tires were replaced 6 months ago and an alignment was done last year. At 57,000 miles, Tesla replaced the rear motor under warranty due to a whining noise. So this car has a fairly new motor with 20,000 miles to it.

Title in hand and looking for serious buyer only. It will be difficult to find a P85 that was better kept than this. No scratches, no dents. When car is not driven, it is almost always in a garage. I rarely supercharged the car unless for long road trips, which I only do 2 times per year. Otherwise, the car is always charged at home at only up to 90%, so the battery is very well-maintained.

View this car in direct sunlight so you can see the excellent condition. Original MSRP of this car was $109,070. Asking $47,500.
 

lloyds

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No extended warranty remaining. The battery and drivetrain warranty is still in effect til 2021 I believe. Also, had a new chargeport put in at 67k since the old one's chargeport door would not open when wet. So the motor has 20k miles and the chargeport has10k. The 12V battery was replaced several thousand miles ago - I believe back in January, so it has a new battery as well. Interested parties, please msg me here. Thanks all!
 
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Mickie

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8k wrap, $1,700 nano just for wheels, $1,600 for Photosync?! Holy hell, your detailer saw you comin...

Beautiful car nevertheless, GLWS
 

lloyds

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Apr 3, 2013
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8k wrap, $1,700 nano just for wheels, $1,600 for Photosync?! Holy hell, your detailer saw you comin...

Beautiful car nevertheless, GLWS

Well, the other company I used before ended up putting about $2k in damages to my BMW by cutting the paint. So the price I paid for the best in the industry is well worth it imo. The 1700 was for the entire car with Modesta coating.
 

dethman

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Apr 19, 2018
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Congrats on you for driving 76k and not rashing your wheels.

Every single used S with 21s on tesla's site seems to have extensive rash. Do people really not know how to drive without hitting curbs??
 

lloyds

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Apr 3, 2013
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Congrats on you for driving 76k and not rashing your wheels.

Every single used S with 21s on tesla's site seems to have extensive rash. Do people really not know how to drive without hitting curbs??

Like I said, I'm very particular about how I treat my cars. Some of my friends think I waste so much time and energy on the upkeep. For me personally, I like to make sure my cars look great during my entire ownership. Am I saving it for the next owner? Nope. I'm just critical of how I care for my things. :)
 

lloyds

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Apr 3, 2013
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Bay Area
Also forgot to mention I have the indoor car cover for sale as well. The car is still available. Looking to move it by end of nxt month.
 

lloyds

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Apr 3, 2013
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3g and no issues with screen. My car is almost always garaged. From my understanding speaking with service, cars that are always parked outdoor exposed to heavy sunlight is what damages the screen. My car is outside only when it is driven
 

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